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Shadlow v Skiadopolous (1988) NSW Conv R 55-383

This case considered the issue of insurance in relation to contracts for the sale of land and whether the statutory right of a purchaser in relation to damage to a property after the date of contract but prior to completion was subject to the contractual conditions relating to compensation.

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Shadlow v Skiadopolous (1988) NSW Conv R 55-383
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